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WAPITI-GETCOOKIE(1)					   WAPITI-GETCOOKIE(1)

NAME
       wapiti-getcookie	- A Wapiti utility to fetch cookies from a webpage and
       store them in the Wapiti	JSON format.

SYNOPSIS
       wapiti-getcookie	-u URL -c COOKIE options

DESCRIPTION
       wapiti-getcookie	is a user-friendly interractive	console	 utility  that
       can  be used to fill a web-form or fetch	an URL and extract the cookies
       sent by the remote server.
       Cookie informations are stored in the JSON  cookie  file	 you  have  to
       specify with the	-c option.
       Those cookies can be loaded by Wapiti using the same -c option.

OPTIONS
       o   -p, --proxy PROXY_URL
	   The given URL will be used as a proxy for HTTP and HTTPS requests.
	   This	URL can	have one of the	following scheme : http, https,	socks.
	   To	make   Wapiti	use   a	 Tor  listener	you  can  use  --proxy
	   socks://127.0.0.1:9050/

       o   --tor
	   Make	  Wapiti   use	 a   Tor    listener	(same	 as    --proxy
	   socks://127.0.0.1:9050/)

       o   -a, --auth-cred CREDENTIALS
	   Set credentials to use for HTTP authentication on the target.
	   Given  value	 should	 be in the form	login%password (% is used as a
	   separator)

       o   --auth-type TYPE
	   Set the authentication mechanism to use. Valid choices  are	basic,
	   digest, kerberos and	ntlm.
	   Kerberos  and  NTLM authentication may require you to install addi-
	   tionnal Python modules.

       o   -H, --header	HEADER
	   Set a custom	HTTM header to inject in every request sent by Wapiti.
	   This	option can be used several times.
	   Value  should  be  a	standard HTTP header line (parameter and value
	   separated with a : sign).

       o   -A, --user-agent AGENT
	   Default behavior of Wapiti is to use	the  same  User-Agent  as  the
	   TorBrowser,	making	it  discreet when crawling standard website or
	   .onion ones.
	   But you may have to change it to bypass some	restrictions  so  this
	   option is here.

       o   -d, --data DATA
	   wapiti-getcookie will parse forms and ask your input	for each field
	   found.
	   But you can also pass every parameter and value  as	a  string  di-
	   rectly through this option.
	   Example: -d 'login=admin&password=letmein&submit=Login'

LICENSE
       Wapiti  is  covered by the GNU General Public License (GPL), version 2.
       Please read the COPYING file for	more information.

COPYRIGHT
       Copyright (c) 2006-2020 Nicolas Surribas.

AUTHORS
       Nicolas Surribas	is the main author, but	the whole list of contributors
       is found	in the separate	AUTHORS	file.

WWW
       http://wapiti.sourceforge.net/

BUG REPORTS
       If  you	find  a	 bug  in  Wapiti  please  report it to https://source-
       forge.net/p/wapiti/bugs/

				  August 2019		   WAPITI-GETCOOKIE(1)

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